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Jolly Holiday is a song written by the Sherman Brothers for the 1964 Disney film, Mary Poppins.


Ain't it a glorious day? Right as a mornin' in May, I feel like I could fly.

'Ave you ever seen The grass so green? Or a bluer sky?

Oh, it's a jolly holiday With Mary, Mary makes your 'eart so light.

When the day is gray And ordinary, Mary makes the sun shine bright!

Oh, 'appiness is bloomin' All around 'er, The daffoldils are smilin' At the dove.

When Mary 'olds your 'and, You feel so grand, Your 'eart starts beatin' Like a big brass band.

Oh, it's a jolly holiday with Mary, No wonder that it's Mary that we love!

Now then what'd be nice, We'll start with raspberry ice And then some cakes and tea.

Order what you will, There'll be no bill, It's complimentary.

Oh, it's a jolly holiday With you, Bert, Gentlemen like you are few,

Though your just a diamond In the rough, Bert, Underneath your blood is blue!

You'd never think of pressing Your advantage, For bearance is the hallmark Of your creed.

A lady needn't fear When you are near, Your sweet gentility is crystal clear!

Oh, it's a jolly holiday with you, Bert, A jolly, jolly holiday with you!

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